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Jose Mourinho will be hoping to land his second Champions League when his Inter face Bayern Munich in the final this Saturday. See all the football betting here.

Switzerland’s Christoph Spycher will miss this summer’s World Cup finals due to a knee injury.

The 32-year-old, who is joining Young Boys,picked up the injury for Eintracht Frankfurt last month but had still hoped to recover in time for the finals.

However, after visiting a specialist and been given no assurances as to when he would be fit, head coach Ottmar Hitzfeld has been forced to act.

Hitzfeld has called ex-captain Ludovic Magnininto his 23-man squad to replace Spycher, who has now confirmed his Swiss retirement.

“It is not clear at this moment when I can start training fully again,” he told the Swiss federation’s official website.

“So after consultation with the doctors and physios I had no other choice but to inform the coach that he must plan without me.

“I have taken this decision after careful consideration,” the 47-cap man said on hanging up his international boots.

“I have had a great time with the national team but that’s over now. I can now concentrate fully on Young Boys.”

Jose Mourinho will be hoping to land his second Champions League when his Inter face Bayern Munich in the final this Saturday. See all the football betting here.

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